Quebec company introduces factory-built solar-powered homes. /CTV Montreal News

Solar panels on the outside capture light and solar energy to power everything from the hot water inside the bathroom to the refrigerator and kitchen appliances. It has the look and feel of a modern living space, except for the fact that it’s powered entirely by renewable energy.

“The users won’t see a difference between a standard home and this home,” said Dan Oppizzi, a Swiss environmental engineer who owns iLand Solaire, the company that built the house.

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